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06-21-2014 04:10 PM
nlucia I don't have pics of parents but dad is a red/black saddleback and mom is a bi color.
06-21-2014 03:56 PM
nlucia He has a red/tan under coat with black tip guard hairs through out. And some places on his coat has turned almost greyish around his neck and tail ex..
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06-21-2014 03:07 PM
Castlemaid Do you have any more recent pictures from different angles and in different light? I'd swear your dog is a sable, but that can not be possible judging from the puppy pictures. A black and tan puppy does not change into sable adult.

He could even be bi-colour, with the dark pigment extending down his chest and his abdomen area, but the black on him does not look solid black - it looks like he has a lighter under coat. In black and tans, the undercoat of the black areas is also solid black, and in the pic above, he seems to have a tan undercoat peeking through the guard hairs.

Do you have a pedigree with pics of the parents? Seeing the coloring of the parents can help determine the coloring of the offspring.
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